Miguel covers Beyonce's 'Crazy In Love' for Fifty Shades Darker trailer

Fifty Shades Darker just got a little bit sexier: the newly debuted trailer features Miguel covering Beyoncé’s “Crazy In Love.”

Flexing his notably seductive tenor, the singer strips down the song’s high-energy fire to a slower, sultrier pace. He nabs the torch from Bey herself, who repurposed the original 2003 track for the film’s 2015 blockbuster precursor, Fifty Shades of Grey.

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The Killers deliver hits and cover Elvis, Interpol at Governors Ball

Fans who braved the rain were delighted to a 90-minute set of stadium rock hits from the Killers, who played their first major festival of the season at Governors Ball Day Two on Saturday. In a slick power move, the band started with mega-single “Mr Brightside,” off 2004’s Hot Fuss before running into fan favorites and a new cover of Interpol’s “Obstacle 1,” which they debuted earlier this week.

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Miguel releases forlorn Black Lives Matter-inspired demo 'How Many'

R&B crooner Miguel poured his sorrow over the recent police shootings of black men Alton Sterling and Philando Castile into a morose, reflective new song on Friday morning. Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, Miguel poignantly sings, “I’m tired of human lives turned into hashtags and prayer hands” over a sparse, distorted guitar rhythm in “How Many.” 

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Sia announces North American tour with Miguel and AlunaGeorge

If you missed Sia’s much-talked-about Coachella sets, don’t worry—you’ve got another chance to catch her live.

The pop star announced the Nostalgic for the Present Tour, her first tour in five years, with opening acts Miguel and AlunaGeorge on Monday. The 22-date North American tour will kick off on Sept. 29 in Seattle and wrap up on Nov. 6 in Austin.

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Best Songs of the Week: the Kills, Ray LaMontagne, Miguel, and more

Each week EW’s music staffers share their favorite brand new tunes. See our picks below and sound off about your picks in the comments.

The Kills, “Doing It To Death”

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After a nearly five year absence, the snarl-rock duo of Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince are back. The Kills’ music has always been one-part kerosene, one-part sexual tension and their latest is no exception. It flat out cooks. —Madison Vain

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Miguel: Voting for Donald Trump would be 'f--king ignorant'

Miguel isn’t the first musician to criticize Donald Trump, but he’s probably the most blunt. When NME asked him about the billionaire businessman and reality star’s presidential campaign and how Americans should treat it, Miguel didn’t mince words.

“There’s a tremendous responsibility that we all have just to not be f–king ignorant,” he said.

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Miguel: How Prince, sex and late-nights in L.A. inspired his killer new album

With the release of his third album Wildheart Jun. 30, Grammy-winning singer-songrwiter Miguel takes alt-R&B to a higher level. Here, the Los Angeles native, 29—who’s earned a reputation as “this generation’s version of Prince”—reflects on baby-making music, sex as “a spiritual thing” and the Purple One’s lasting influence on his music.


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